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Stanton T.62B Direct Drive Analog DJ Turntable

Item #73159
(4 Reviews)
List Price: $339.00
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Stanton T-62 B Direct Drive Analog Turn Table

Based on the Stanton Best Selling Favorite, the T.60, the T.62 is an easy to operate, direct drive turntable perfect for DJs of any style or experience level. The T.62 features a powerful motor with strong torque and a straight tone arm, which provides superior tracking capability for scratch DJs. The T.62 also comes equipped with the legendary Stanton 500.v3 cartridge and a high quality slipmat for added control... offering the perfect set-up for optimum performance.


Features:
  • Easy to Operate Direct-Drive Turntable with Professional Features
  • Straight Tone Arm Improves Tracking for Scratching
  • Includes Quality Stanton 500.v3 Cartridge Pre-mounted on Headshell
  • 2 Playback Speeds (33 or 45 RPM)
  • 2 Start/Stop Switches for Mix or Battle Setup
  • Manual Pitch Control Fader (+/- 10% Adjustment)
  • RCA Stereo Outputs
  • Accessories include RCA Cables, Slip Mat, and Dust Cover
  • Includes 500-B3 cartridge, and the HS4 headshell

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Eli K on Sep 14, 2016
affordable
Eli K on Sep 14, 2016
My Boyfriend used to dj and i wanted to get him a turntable sine he gave his away a while ago. He told me that this was the ONLY website he used when getting parts.
Madilyn S on May 16, 2016
My Boyfriend used to dj and i wanted to get him a turntable sine he gave his away a while ago. He told me that this was the ONLY website he used when getting parts.
Madilyn S on May 16, 2016
Does the Stanton T-62's come with needles?
null on Aug 9, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Yes! this come with the 500-B3 cartridge, and the HS4 headshell. :)
How durable is this product?
Do mall on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Stanton T-62 B Direct Drive Analog Turn Table is very durable.
can this turntable stand up to alot of back spinning and scratching?
Shaun on Sep 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you shouldn't have any issue using for that purpose. The direct drive style makes it a bit more durable than standard belt drive tables.
what is the difference between a belt and direct drive turntable?
null on Aug 9, 2010
BEST ANSWER: The Stanton T-62 B is a Direct Drive Analog Turn Table. Direct drive turntable means that magnets make the turntable spin not a belt (belt drive)
what is the difference between analog and digital?
null on Aug 9, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Every turn table is basicly analog because you would be useing a PHONO imput aposed to a LINE input (ie. CD players)
Stanton T-62-B Reviews
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A DYNOMITE TURNTABLE FOR THE PRICE !
Pros: Easy Set up,Easy To Use,Huge Value,Tough Well Built,Excellent Sound
Cons: No Hard Plastic Dust Cove

After my Audio Technica Turntable got smashed to pieces when I moved about 8 years ago I had really come to miss the sound of my old vinyl collection so after doing extensive product research I decided on the Stanton T62B. I like the folks at PSSL so after finding out they carried this unit I picked one up. Set up was simple right out of the box, I was again listening to the sweet sound of vinyl within about 8-15 minutes after getting it home. No this is not a Technics SL1200 BUT it's not one of those cheap plastic jobs that sound terrible and damage your records you pick up nowadays at the hipster stores. The Stanton is a solid, well-built, great sounding direct drive turntable that includes many cool features you find in the more expensive models. If you are a lover of vinyl on a budget like me this is the ideal choice for you you will not be dissapointed. I have a broad collection of old school punk rock, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Wanda Jackson, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline and the such and really enjoy the playback on this unit. I felt I got a lot of turntable for the price! My only negative would be that it did not include a hard plastic dust cover, it does include a soft cover but I would have liked the hard plastic (not a big deal for me)
May 2, 2013
Decent entry level table
Pros: Excellent Sound,Easy To Use
Cons: Not Consistent

I bought these a few months before Panasonic announced that they were going to discontinue the Technics. These were about half the price at the time, and in hindsight, I should have just saved a couple more months and purchased the Techs. Don't get me wrong, these turntables are good, they have great, professional sound quality, they are built fairly solid and simple to use. However, the thing that sets apart the technics from every other table is the torque and consistency of the motors.

For anyone that scratches, the platters will stop with a small amount of pressure, even when using a quality scratch slipmat, such as butter rugs. Therefore, the table takes a little bit longer to get back up to speed and may need some nudging to get to it. Also, if lacks a couple professional features like torque control, and tone arm calibration.

But overall, it is a great product in its own right. Side by side with the techs, 99.9 percent of people would choose the techs, but if you are on a budget these turntables will do the job, and do it pretty well.
March 19, 2014
Just Right
Pros: Easy To Use,Consistent,Excellent Sound

I agree this is a buy for beginners or at home, i've done a few gigs with them & they do the job,not sure if i'll upgrade anytime soon
October 16, 2010
Great entry level product!
Pros: Excellent Sound,Professional Features,Consistent,Easy To Use

The T.62 turntables from Stanton are in my opinion great for starter DJ's or experienced Dj's on a budget. Its no high end turntable but it sure delivers the basic qualities any DJ would want. The torque is powerful enough for any aspiring scratch or mixing DJ. I also like the eye catching design.If you plan on scratching I would suggest upgrading to a better slipmat. If your looking for a good entry turntable without breaking the bank I would highly recommend the stanton T.62's.
March 5, 2010
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